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Individuals with memory loss that might be a danger to self or others are transitioned to a secured Memory Care Unit for a safe an dygnified life.
You maybe thinking what is a Memory Care Unit? My guest the acclaimed Gwen Westhafer, specialist from Alria Senior Living. She will be able to answer all of your question.
Listen in on 10/24 from 10-10:30am MT.
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Having penned a GREAT new book called Joint Venture, Elephant's Memory Band Tour Manager, Ed Kleinman, gives John Lennon fans an exciting glimpse at John's solo career during the New York City years...a time about which we've heard so little. This week Ed Kleinman will be in the studio to talk with Jude about his first meeting with John, Yoko, and May Pang...and about their happy days at the Record Factory! Ed will be joined at 9:30 by Elephants Memory Band bass player, Gary Van Scyoc, and we'll rock'n'roll!!!! You can call in and chat with these two true rockers on Thursday night at 9pmET.
Join us for another fascinating discussion exploring the nature of consciousness.
What is Transplant Memory?
Latest! Transplanting Dead Hearts
Implications for the Soul
Evidential Personal stories
The Emerald Alignment
A practical Self Help approach to Energy Field Alignment, Healing, Sealing and Protecting the auric field.
Global Meditation - Wounded Hearts
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Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Giving Voice to All
Founder and Executive Director Lisa Baron, J.D., who established Memory Care Home Solutions will be our first today. Lisa will explain her unique service she provides families at home caring for loved ones with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Learn how her company can help you and those your know dealing with dementia.
Our second guest will be Dr. Ben Mast, author of Second Forgetting who will discuss his book and the importance of his views on dementia.
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Dr Maria is back in the house!
The term memory storage refers to the work of the system that stores information for use later on—your system for long-term learning and recall. Material from working memory is put into storage by this system. There are many sub-systems for storing different kinds of information. After an injury, memory usually makes weaker traces, making the stored information unreliable. Important information should always be saved in a more permanent medium such as taking notes. Holding out hope to get your pre-injury memory storage back leads to disappointment rather than recovery. The key to memory recovery is metamemory—knowledge of your own memory abilities and deficits. Metamemory lets you plan out ways to cope with your memory deficits. - Dr. Larry Schutz
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Recovery Now show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. Guests introduce topics, and survivor's share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery. More will be revealed! Tune in, stop in and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. Featured guest in front half & second part of show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org and of course stop to also like "Brain Injury Radio!"
My name is Lori Purdy Faitel and I am your host for The Science of Happiness. I will be joined tonight with Tonia Wittkower my ongoing, co-host. We are Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor's. I was in a car accident back in 1986, I was almost 25 years old. I was in what now is seen as a mild coma for 7 days, then for about 6 years I attended therapy and did a lot of self study; before I began to feel like a regular person in society.
I am a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant/ COTA and I have worked in Metro Detroit Since 1992. I went to college for OT with one thing in mind and that was to work with the brain injured. Since 2011 I have been blessed to do so.
My guest for tonights show, Wednesday January 14, 2015 is Dr. Kirtley Thornton. He is Owner of The Neuroscience Center in South Carolina. Dr. Thornton specializes in memory, he specializes in the powerful effects of EEG biofeedback on brain functioning. Listen as we discuss this and other treatment for memory as it pertains to brain injury and associated disorders such as, Learning Disability - Reading Disability, ADD/ADHD, Autism, Aspergers, Depression & Anxiety and Personal Development.
Memory Card Full: When Rufus, Liz Weber’s oddly proportioned but adorable dog dies, her life begins to unravel. She is forced to let go of the one constant in her life and move forward. MEMORY CARD FULL is a memoir of her life as a bartender, model and aspiring writer in Manhattan before and after Rufus. Without him, she is alone and broken-hearted and her life spirals downward while her friends and family struggle to understand what she is going through. Prior to Rufus’s death, Liz Weber’s life was far from dull. Whether serving drinks to a gaggle of quirky regulars at a bar or walking around in her skivvies for extra cash as a lingerie model, she fought hard to remain a self-proclaimed “professional free spirit” and aspiring writer; even it meant enduring a lush for a manager or a cranky, Israeli-folk-music-loving boss. None of it really mattered as long as she had Rufus, who taught her about unconditional love in an untraditional way.
MEMORY CARD FULL is the story of Weber’s journey through grief, which leads to an unexpected encounter with the long unheard voice of the woman inside of her. On water skis at an adult sleepaway camp, Liz realizes that there are important things in life that Rufus’s love had caused her to avoid. Embracing her power and strength, she is finally able to accept that letting go of him is the best way to go on and find love for herself and others. Frank, funny, and deeply moving, MEMORY CARD FULL is a memoir for anyone who has loved and lost and found the space in that loss to become the person they were meant to be.
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